# Chapter 5 AP Statistics ```Chapter 5 AP Statistics
Topic
5.1 Introduction,
The Idea of
Probability, Myths
Simulation, Random
Numbers with
Calculators
5.2 Part I
Probability Models,
Basic Rules of
Probability
5.2 Part II
Two-Way Tables
and Probability,
Venn Diagrams and
Probability
5.3 Conditional
Probability,
Independence, Tree
Diagrams and the
General
Multiplication Rule
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Learning Target
 Interpret probability as a long-run
relative frequency in context.
 Use simulation to model chance
behavior
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5.3 Independence: A
Special
Multiplication Rule,
Calculating
Conditional
Probabilities
Review
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Assignment
Pg. 293 (1, 3, 7, 9,
11, 15, 17, 19, 23,
25)
Describe a probability model for a
chance process.
Use basic probability rules, including
the complement rule and the addition
rule for mutually exclusive events.
Determine probabilities from two
way tables.
Use a Venn diagram to model a
chance process involving two events.
Use the general addition rule to
calculate P(AUB)
When appropriate, use a tree diagram
to describe chance behavior.
Use the general multiplication rule to
solve probability questions.
Determine whether two events are
independent.
Find the probability that an event
occurs using a two-way table.
When appropriate, use the
multiplication rule for independent
events to compute probabilities.
Compute conditional probabilities.
5.2 part II WS/
5.2A WS
Pg. 297 (27, 29,
31-36, 43, 45, 47,
49, 51, 53, 55)
5.3 WS
Pg. 311 (57-60, 63,
65, 67, 69, 73, 77,
79)
5.3 Part II WS
Pg. 330 (83, 85,
87, 91, 93, 95, 97,
99)
Ch 5 Review
Ch 5 Mult Ch
Ch 5 Test
2003B #2
Test
Free Response
1997 #3 Conditional probability
2001 #3 Simulation
2003B #2 Two-way tables, condtl prob, independence
2009B #2 Condtl prob, multiplication rule
5.1
 Interpret
probability as a
long-run relative
frequency in
context.
 Use simulation to
model chance
behavior
5.2
 Describe a
probability model
for a chance
process.
 Use basic
probability rules,
including the
complement rule
rule for mutually
exclusive events.
 Determine
probabilities from
two way tables
 Use a Venn
diagram to model a
chance process
involving two
events.
 Use the general
calculate P(A or B)
5.3
 When
appropriate, use a
tree diagram to
describe chance
behavior.
 Use the general
multiplication rule
P(A and B) to solve
probability
questions.
 Determine
whether two events
are independent.
 Find the
probability that an
event occurs using a
two-way table.
 Use the
multiplication rule
for independent
events to compute
probabilities.
 Compute
conditional
probabilities.
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